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Your Smile is Important!

Posted on 10/15/2015 by Jeffery Gerhardt
A young woman showing off her beautiful smile.You might not think of how your smile can change your life, but honestly, it is one of the most important aspects of your wellbeing. While it cannot help you fight diseases, it can help you in many other ways that are just as important to your life and overall health. In general, smiling just makes your life easier to live! This means taking proper care of it by brushing, flossing, and seeing your dentist regularly. If you have issues with missing teeth, disease, or any other problems, our specialists can help you restore your smile; it is worth much more than you invest in the end!

Smiling Makes you Look Good
Smiling makes you look good, no matter what you are wearing, how you look or how you feel. If you are smiling, you have a positive outlook on life. If you are unsure, take a look of a person that is smiling and then a picture of that same person looking depressed. Which picture is more attractive? Just that simple smile made a world of difference, right? If you find that you do not smile because of dental health issues, now is the time to fix them so that you can put that smile back on your face.

Smiling Makes you Friendly
The world is a scary place, but it is so much better with friends. What type of person would you rather approach when you are in a room full of strangers - the one that is looking down and not smiling or one that has a big smile and is ready to take the room by storm? Smiling makes you look as if you are approachable and ready to talk to anyone. Even if you are not in a room filled with strangers, but are rather at a store where you need help - do you approach a clerk that is smiling or one that looks like this is the worst day he has ever had? Smiling changes your entire outlook, giving you the ability to have more friends and more opportunities in life!

Smiling Makes you Feel Good
Even if you do not feel great physically, smiling can help improve that. Smiling helps to promote the production of serotonin in your body, which is the feel good hormone. The happier you are, the better you will feel. This means taking care of your teeth so that you can smile and continue to be happy, no matter what is going on in your life. Even as you age and things stop working like they used to, keeping that smile on your face can make you look and feel good for many years to come. Just look at some of the world's oldest people - those that live to be older than 100, what is one common thing you can find on all of them? That's right - a nice, big smile!

If you are not happy with your smile, it is never too late to fix it. Let us help you fix crooked, misshapen, fractured, or missing teeth. We have solutions for many different types of oral health problems, allowing you to restore your smile to the point that you want to show it off. Life is too short to hide behind your smile - let the world see your beautiful teeth and the amazing personality you have to show off. Avoiding your oral health will only age you faster and cause you to suffer unnecessary illnesses. Get the help you need today!

Please call our office for an appointment and let us help you get your smile back one and for all!

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